Sea Pinks and Godrevy Lighthouse
Armeria maritima, commonly known as thrift, sea thrift or sea pinks. Its neat carpet of evergreen leaves is topped with lollipops of candy-pink flowers from May to September.
inspired by the colours of the land, sea and sky of Cornwall
‘To the lighthouse’…..
I thought I had already used that as a header, but it seems not. So I have changed it 😁
Have you read the book?
Many years ago…. You?
No. I suppose I should do 🙂
A lovely shot, Jude. The composition is perfect.
I really must get around to exploring some Norfolk lighthouses.
Best wishes, Pete. x
It is hard to take a bad photo of such an iconic landmark and I wanted to capture it with the thrift as I am usually too late. The only lighthouse I recall in Norfolk is that wonderful red and white striped one at Happisburgh. I must have a photo somewhere.
We don’t have many. 🙂
Shouldn’t take you long then 😉
Let’s go!! 🙂 🙂 Lovely shot, Jude. I feel very susceptible.
You put that old saying about blue and green to rest with this beautiful photo Jude. And isn’t the sky a gorgeous shade.
When the sun shines in Cornwall there is no better place 🙂
It looks so lovely there Jude. I love those pinks.
I usually miss them, not this year!
Such pretty pink flowers, and a great photo.
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